Lauren Adams Lanford
Ladyjacks will taken on Green Bay, South Dakota and North Dakota in round-robin event.
A former Ladyjack setter from 2003-06, Lauren Adams Lanford is in her fourth season as assistant coach for SFA. She has helped coach current setter Paige Holland to become one of the top setters in SFA history in terms of career assists and assists per set.
Adams Lanford spent time as a student assistant coach in 2007 with SFA and helped lead the Ladyjacks to a share of their fourth consecutive Southland Conference title and a 27-8 overall record.
During her playing days she was part of three Southland Conference championship squads and was named to the Southland Conference All-Tournament Team in 2006, helping take the Ladyjacks to the NCAA Tournament. As the setter, she helped lead SFA to an upset of Alabama for the school's first-ever NCAA Tournament win with a 3-2 victory.
She finished her career with nearly 1,300 assists and averaged a career-high 9.4 assists per set as a freshman in 2003.
Prior to joining the coaching staff at SFA, Lanford served as an academic advisor at Arkansas State, a position she accepted following a stint as a graduate assistant at SFA in student services. She holds both a bachelor's and master's degree from SFA.